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  • This history was written by Rabbi Bindman in "The Seven Colors Of The Rainbow", Resource Publications, Inc. San Jose, California, 1995, p. 8- == Mesopotamia, origin of seventy nations ==
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  • ...lly these leaders should be broken into categories and each of these names of leaders should be made into Wikinoah pages give some biographical informati Listed from A-Z of last name: (BN) means Bnei Noach, (BI) means Bnei Israel.
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  • to convert to Judaism but whom Rabbi Benamozegh convinced to commit to Noahism. Palliere related his own story in The Forgotten Sanctuary. the last-named language. Benamozegh devoted himself later to the study of philosophy and theology, which he endeavored to reconcile with each other.
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  • ...entioned in the Quran 34:15. Its capital was Marib and was along the strip of desert that was called Sayhad by medieval Arab geographers and that is call ...s were the Minaean, Himyarite, Habesha people and Qatabanian people. Each of these had regional kingdoms in ancient Yemen, though the Minaean Kingdom he
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  • ...Encyclopedia Judaica, and authored a dozen of its articles on the Marranos of Portugal. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. ...ces conscientiously, view the seven categories as subject heads for a mass of legal dicta.
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  • ...rpose in using the words, and does not necessarily include the performance of any desecrating act. ...lated to the Talmudic use of "nokev" (to pierce) as the source of the laws of Blasphemy. (Mishnah Sanh. vii. 5)
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  • [[Image:LegalSystemsOfTheWorldMap.png|thumb|right|300px|World distribution of major legal traditions]] ..., to warn the nation [regarding their observance]"<ref>Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings 9:14</ref> which seems to imply that the courts need only uphold the
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  • ...e Laws of the Sons of Noah.<ref> Aaron Greenbaum, The Biblical Commentary of Rav Samuel Ben Hofni Gaon. Jerusalem: Harav Kook Institute, 197S, pp. 52-56 He writes:<ref>[[Aaron Lichtenstein|Lichtenstein, Aaron]]. "The Seven Laws of Noah". New York: The Rabbi Jacob Joseph School Press and Z. Berman Books, 2
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  • God-Fearers: A Solution to the Ancient Problem of the Identity of the Sabians]</ref> and scholars we could contact at that time limited its impact, in spite of the favourable impression it made upon the scholars who had the possibility
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  • al-Tabari wrote that Budasaf (Buddah) called his people to the religion of the [[Sabi'een]]. [[Category:History of Noahism]]
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  • ...rial Islam. His stance was later used as the foundation for the later sect of the Shiites, although this is disputed. ...ceeded him, [[Muhammad]]'s vizier was Ali, who had therefore been kept out of the califate by deceit. He was able to promote a dissatisfaction with Uthma
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  • ...], and therefore a ''[[Mother of the Believers]]'' and one of the [[Timing of Sahaba becoming muslims|early converts to Islam]]. ...byssinia with her first husband, after being persecuted by the Polytheists of Mecca. Her husband died when the couple returned to Mecca.
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  • ...e to be developed by and in agreement with the intellectual property terms of [[User:Kaz]]. ...continue an oral tradition which explains the origin of the Kenite people of Jethro and Qainan.
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  • ...nity<ref>[ Review of Rabbi Benamozegh] by</ref><br> ...n Philadelphia , later also teaching in Tokyo. His translation and edition of Rabbi Benamozegh's "Israel and Humanity" was published in 1995 by Paulist P
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  • ...[[Crimean Karaites]] sought to eradicate the Karimi-Karaitizer supporters of the Real Karaimite/Karaim/Subbotnik leaders. ...raites and Subbotniki for which Seraja fell from favour and was forced out of Crimea. Although they were racially non-Jews, many Subbotniki were executed
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